Jeddah Union officials are continuing to tempt Liverpool to persuade them to withdraw the services of their Egyptian star Mohamed Salah before the summer transfer market closes in Saudi Arabia tonight, Thursday.
The Saudi club made an initial offer to include Salah in the £100m price tag, which rose to £150m, but it was rejected late last Thursday (August 31).
And English network Football Insider has confirmed that Al Ittihad are planning to present their latest offers to Liverpool in order to get Salah’s services for an astronomical sum.
The network indicates that the Jeddah Federation is now preparing to submit a new proposal worth £225 million, including add-ons.
She explained that this deal would be the largest in the history of football if completed.
Saudi PFL clubs can sign contracts until Thursday 10pm UK time, while Liverpool cannot provide a replacement for their star if he leaves after the English transfer market closes on September 1st.
It is worth noting that the head coach of Liverpool, the German Jurgen Klopp, over the past few days, has repeatedly emphasized his commitment to Salah and confirmed that the Egyptian star will end this season as part of the English team.
Salah joined Liverpool in 2017 for around €40m and last summer extended his contract with the club for another three years, ending on 30 June 2025.
Source: Football insider.